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    Hi all.

    Not exactly a printer tech, but as a remote site engineer I often end up being the default IT hardware support guy.

    Recently that involves some HP M477fdw, M451nw, M553N, various old HP laser printers and occasional Kyocera or Sharp copy station.

    No recent major failures apart from an issue with a M477fdw low voltage power supply, have not yet found the problem, as every time I poke around the LVPS/fuses etc the machine works for a few more weeks/months.

    Anyway I joined Copytechnet as most times I searched for copier or printer related information I ended up here, a lot of good information to be found.

    Thanks for the site.
    ST.

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    Welcome
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    Glad to have you join us.

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    Welcome! =^..^=
    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
    1) demonstrate that you've read the manual
    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.
    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Come on in! the waters great!

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    Welcome Aboard!

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    Re: Checking in.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spooltasker View Post
    Hi all. Not exactly a printer tech, but as a remote site engineer I often end up being the default IT hardware support guy.
    Recently that involves some HP M477fdw, M451nw, M553N, various old HP laser printers and occasional Kyocera or Sharp copy station.
    No recent major failures apart from an issue with a M477fdw low voltage power supply, have not yet found the problem, as every time I poke around the LVPS/fuses etc the machine works for a few more weeks/months.
    Anyway I joined Copytechnet as most times I searched for copier or printer related information I ended up here, a lot of good information to be found. Thanks for the site.
    ST.
    welcome!
    I'm sure you will be able to help with Connectivity/Networking issues!

    one thing we ask is that you read the forum rules .. mainly posting in proper forums for your topic.

    no copyrighted information/files shared in PUBLIC ( refrain to PM please )

    don't be afraid to ask questions! (or give advice )

    and PLEASE if possible when starting a new thread..

    state all problems with your unit including ERROR CODES

    what you have tried to fix

    post copies of config pages w/ error codes and supply life

    genuine or 3rd party supplies ?

    well now that I have stated what we would like to see..

    Welcome to the CTN family, and like I said.. a warm welcome!

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